Deleuze & Guattari’s A Thousand Plateaus by John David Ebert

I thought it would be interesting to bring in some audio clips, as part of my gatherings.

John David Edbert also has a YouTube channel with uploads

A challenge in terms of scholarly referencing in case I wanted to refer to these as part of my essay.
Perhaps in an academic context, applying this Deleuzian inspired practice of referring to not necessarily academic reviewed online resources other than academic papers is not quite as acceptable?

Interestingly this dilemma links to Derrida, and the continuous reinterpretation of meaning, linked to time and space.

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  1. Giraf87 April 6, 2013 at 9:04 am #

    now I have read this chapter in a 1000 Plateaus, John David Erbert’s audio recordings are actually very helpful in my learning process and understanding of the first chapter on Rhizome (part 1 and 2 only, the other parts refer to other chapters in the book)

    He explains very clearly the main points in the chapter,i.e. the principle of connection and heterogeneity, multiplicity, rupture, cartography & decalcomania.

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